North American Guarantee Plus 5 Year Fixed Annuity
Minimum Deposit: $20,000 | 4.90%
5.15% for Deposits of $100,000 or more
A fixed annuity or MYGA may be suitable for conservative investors who are looking for a safe and steady way to grow their retirement savings.
North American Guarantee Plus 5 Details
It’s never too early to start planning for retirement. Selecting a strategy that works best involves assessing your goals, time horizon, and risk tolerance.
The North American Guarantee Plus 5 is a single premium, multi-year guarantee annuity. An annuity is a long-term contract issued by an insurance company. In exchange for a premium payment, the insurance company agrees to make payments to you in the future.
This annuity provides an accumulation value that earns interest through a fixed account with a guaranteed interest rate that is set for a 3-, 5- or 7-year period. This annuity also provides several options for accessing funds.
The North American Guarantee Plus 5 may be appropriate for individuals who:
- Want a CD alternative due to low CD rates.
- Seek to accumulate money for retirement.
- Have a conservative risk tolerance and want to invest an inheritance or other lump sum.
- Want to secure a fixed annuity payment but not immediate income.
1. Withdrawal any amount free of charges and fees.
2. If you do nothing, the contract renews for the same term at the rates available at that time. Renewal rates for guarantee periods will be based on current economic conditions and are guaranteed to be no less than the guaranteed minimum interest rate of 1.00%.
Not available in: CA, NY, PR, VI
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About North American
North American Company for Life and Health Insurance offers term and permanent life insurance and annuities, including:
- fixed index annuities (FIAs)
- traditional fixed annuities
- multi-year guarantee annuities (MYGAs)
- single premium immediate annuities (SPIAs)
The company was founded in 1886 and has stood strong to help protect those who counted on the company for financial security, even though two World Wars, the Great Depression, and multiple recessions.
In 1996, North American was acquired by Sammons Financial Group. Unlike many other financial services companies, North American is not publicly traded—meaning the company is not subject to short-term earnings pressures that are often faced by its publicly traded peers.
The company maintains strong industry ratings that are a direct result of the efforts of its dedicated employee-owners and long-term growth strategy.
North American Ratings
North American Company is rated A+ by AM Best, A+ by Standard & Poor’s, A+ by Fitch, B by Weiss and has an 89 Comdex Score.
|A.M. Best Company (Best's Ratings, 15 Ratings)||A+ (2)|
|Superior. Assigned to companies that have, in our opinion, a superior ability to meet their ongoing obligations to policyholders.|
|Standard & Poor's (Financial Strength, 20 Ratings)||A+ (5)|
|An insurer rated 'A' has STRONG financial security characteristics, but is somewhat |
more likely to be affected by adverse business conditions than are insurers with higher
|Fitch Ratings (Financial Strength, 21 Ratings)||A+ (5)|
|Strong. 'A' IFS ratings denote a low expectation of ceased or interrupted payments. They indicate strong capacity to meet policyholder and contract obligations. This capacity may, nonetheless, be more vulnerable to changes in circumstances or in economic conditions than is the case for higher ratings.|
|Weiss (Safety Rating, 16 Ratings)||B (5)|
|Good. The company offers good financial security and has the resources to deal with a variety of adverse economic conditions. It comfortably exceeds the minimum levels for all of our rating criteria, and is likely to remain healthy for the near future. However, in the event of a severe recession or major financial crisis, we feel that this assessment should be reviewed to make sure that the firm is still maintaining adequate financial strength.|
|Ranking (Percentile in Rated Companies)||89|
|The Comdex gives the average percentile ranking of this company in relation to all other companies that have been rated by the rating services. The Comdex Ranking is the percentage of companies that are rated lower than this company.|
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